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Julius
Yulievich Perevezentsev

Russia 
born in 1938
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In 1958 he graduated from the Moscow secondary art school. From 1959 to 1962 studied at the Moscow higher artistic and technical school (the Stroganov school). Since 1968 – member of the artists Union of the USSR. The work of Y. Y. IU are stored in the State Tretyakov gallery, State Museum of fine arts named after A. S. Pushkin, the Moscow literary Museum, the State Russian Museum, Omsk Museum of fine arts, the art gallery of Kursk, Orel Museum of fine arts, Kiev Museum of Russian art in private collections in Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany. In 2000 illustrations for "the bronze horseman" enthusiastically adopted by readers and critics.

Personal exhibitions:

1971 – the works of graphic arts, Moscow,

1987 Union of artists of Russian Federation, Sverdlovsk,

The 1990 "Graphic seasons", Moscow,

1993, 1994, 1996 – "Les Oreades" Gallery, Paris, France.

Bibliography:

Ya Asmod. "White nights of IU". "Project. Warsaw". 1975

Yuri Gerchuk. "Julius Perevezentsev". Yearbook of the "Soviet graphics-77" -1979

Yuri Gerchuk. "Architectural vision of Julia Perevezentseva". 1979

C. Topcik. "Julius Perevezentsev". "Project. Warsaw". 1987

S. Drozhzhin. The Newspaper "The Moscow Tribun". 1993

About me:

All that has been done can be divided into three periods

1)Romantic figurative etching, drawing, lithograph 1970 – 80.

2)Fantastic architectural design, drawing, lithography, watercolor, 1980 – 90.

3)non-figurative work, color graphics (since 1990).

1938 born in Moscow

1958 graduated from the Moscow secondary art school

1959-62 studied at the Moscow Higher art College (former Stroganov)

From 1968 a member of the Union of artists of the USSR

Participation in exhibitions and auctions.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1971 the Works of graphic art, Moscow

1987 Union of artists of Russian Federation, Sverdlovsk

1990 "Graphic seasons". Ul. Gorkogo,25, Moscow

1993 Credit Suisse, Oginski pereulok, Moscow

Galerie "Les Oreades", Paris, France

Gallery "Aurora art", Moscow

1994 Galerie "Les Oreades", Paris, France

Gallery "Aurora art", Moscow

1996 Galerie "Les Oreades". Paris, France

GROUP EXHIBITION

1971 "Internationale Buchkunst-Ausstellung". Leipzig, Germany (gold medal)

1976 "self-Portrait in Russian and Soviet art". State Tretyakov gallery, Moscow

1977 "La Nuova Arte Sovietica". Venice, Italy

1980 V Biennale of graphic art. Tallinn (diploma)

1984 XI international Biennale of illustration and book graphics. Brno, Czechoslovakia

1990 exhibition from the collection of the cultural center "Art Modern". Istanbul, Turkey; Zurich, Switzerland

1991 "ART MIF 2". Manege, Moscow

1992 "Kennen sie diese namen?". Gallerie Raissa, Erfurt, Germany

1993 "ART MIF 3". Manege, Moscow

1994 "Images of Russia" ("Moscow palette"- Museum Albertina). Moscow

1995 "ARTE RUSSE moderna e contemporanea". Milan, Italy

1996 "Drawings from Russia". The Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria

International art fair ART-MOSCOW, Gallery M'ars. Central house of artists, Moscow

"The names of famous, forgotten and new" gallery "Les oread". Central house of artists, Moscow

"Russian collection II". Gallery M'ars, Moscow

"Galleries in gallery", gallery "Moscow palette". State Tretyakov gallery, Moscow

1997 "I international quadrennial of graphics". Central house of artists, Moscow

Exhibition gallery "Les oread". Central house of artists, Moscow "the World of sensual things in pictures-end of the XX-th century", gallery M'ars. The Pushkin Museum. Pushkin, Moscow (catalog)

2006 Summer 2006 Annual summer exhibition of gallery "Les Oreades", Central house of artists, Moscow

In any Assembly work:

The state Tretyakov gallery, Moscow

State Museum of fine iskusstv named after A. S. Pushkin, Moscow

Moscow literary Museum, Moscow

The state Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

The state Museum of F. Dostoevsky, St. Petersburg

Tyumen Museum of fine arts, Tyumen, Kursk picture gallery, Kursk

Orlovsky Museum of fine arts, eagle

The Novgorod art Museum, Novgorod

Ekaterinburg Museum of fine arts, Yekaterinburg

Krasnoyarsk art Museum named after Surikov, Krasnoyarsk

Kiev Museum of Russian art, Kiev, Ukraine

Private collections:

A. Sandretti, Milan, Italy

E. Rosenfeld, Paris, France

E. Pichler, M. Emch, Zurich, Switzerland

R. Steinick, Erfurt, Germany

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